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Posts Tagged ‘Roberto Luongo.’

Canucks’ Luongo posts 65th career shutout in win over Edmonton

Roberto Luongo (courtesy Vancouver Canucks)

Roberto Luongo stopped 19 shots on Friday night and recorded his 65th career shutout as the Vancouver Canucks won their sixth game in a row, 4-0 over the Edmonton Oilers.

The 34-year-old Loongo, a native of Canada, has also played for Florida Panthers and the New York Islanders.

The 6’3, 217-pound goalie has a career record of 348-289-33.

Ian Clark hired as Blue Jackets new goaltending coach

Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets

Ian Clark (courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have hired Ian Clark as their new goaltending coach.

Clark most recently was the goaltending and consultant coach for the Vancouver Canucks from 2002-2010.

In addition to spending eight years with the Canucks organization, Clark was a member of Team Canada’s coaching staff at the World Junior Championships from 2003-2006, winning silver medals in 2003 and 2004 and capturing gold in 2005 and 2006. He also was the goaltending consultant for the Florida Panthers in 2001-2002. The list of goaltenders he has tutored includes Mathieu Garon, Johan Hedberg, Andrew Raycroft, Cory Schneider, Marc-Andre Fleury, Roberto Luongo and Cam Ward.

Clark was born on May 12, 1966 in Vancouver, British Columbia. He and his wife, Deborah, are the parents of sons, Morgan, Christopher, Collins, Samuel, Jason and Blake.

The 45-year-old Clark, is recognized as a leading educator of the goaltending position as his knowledge and innovative approach has attracted high-performance goaltenders at the NHL, minor pro, major junior and NCAA levels. He was the founder of the Goaltender Development Institute and served as technical author of From the Crease-The Self Development Guide to Hockey Goaltending from 1998-2003 and The Goalie News from 2003-2008.

STANLEY CUP FINALS Game 1: Vancouver edges Boston 1-0 in thriller

 

Raffi Torres (file photo)

This year’s Stanley Cup Finals is between two teams that very few people figured they’d have much of a chance, Vancouver and Boston.

Both team entered their first playoff meeting looking to end lengthy Stanley Cup droughts.

Vancouver has never won a Stanley Cup in four decades as a franchise, losing both of its trips to the Finals in 1982 and 1994.

Boston has lost five straight Finals since winning in 1972.

Raffi Torres, the former Blue Jackets’ player, the only Vancouver Canuck with Stanley Cup Finals experience, scored the game’s only goal with 18.5 seconds to play, leading his team to a 1-0 win over Boston.

Roberto Luongo stopped 36 shots in posting his third shutout of the postseason for Vancouver.

Tim Thomas made 33 saves for Boston, who went scoreless on six power plays. Boston also killed six Canucks power plays.

 

Info courtesy of NHL & Vancouver Canucks news

 

 

Luongo leads Vancouver to two team records

Roberto Luongo (file photo)

Veteran goalie Roberto Luongo stopped 30 shots and the Vancouver Canucks set franchise records for road wins and points in a season, with a 3-1 win over the Atlanta Thrashers Friday night.

The Canucks, who have the NHL’s best record, won their franchise-record 24th road win and set another team record with 107 points. They’ve won seven straight road games.

Vancouver’s Daniel Sedin, the NHL’s leading scorer with 95 points, did not garner any points, ending his scoring streak at nine games.

Bryan Little ended Luongo’s shutout bid with an unassisted goal with 5:30 remaining in the third period.

compiled from Vancouver Canucks news

NHL PLAYOFFS: Western Conference (Monday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports

Michal Handzus scored two power-play goals, Drew Doughty had a goal and three assists, as the Los Angeles Kings knocked Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo during a victory over the Canucks, taking a 2-1 series lead in their first home postseason game in eight years.

Mikael Samuelsson (nhl)

Mikael Samuelsson scored his fourth goal of the series for Vancouver.

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